Top Ten UK Driving Tips

1.Study for your theory test as soon as you start taking lessons, as you can develop your skill and knowledge while taking professional lessons with Learn Driving Skills

2.Source professional tuition from an Approved Driving Instructor, to confirm your instructor is an Approved Driving Instructor they will display a licence in the windscreen of the tuition car. This indicates they are registered with the Driving Standards Agency. Taking private practice will assist you professional tuition. 

3.Ensure that the Instructor's Car has dual controls and it should be in good, clean condition. 

4.Ensure that your driving school can help with the theory test as, some say they do, but do not offer any course or support on the DSA Theory Test Syllabus. They sell the books and software, but you will have to self-study for test. You have to pass the theory test before you can take your practical test. 

5.Do not assume that cheap is the best. Identify any benefits such as the school offering motoring membership, tuition after the test has been achieved such as Pass Plus, Motorway Tuition or refresher training. It is worth confirming how long a lesson is, as some schools lessons are less. 

6.Your instructor should monitor your progress on the official DSA Syllabus, giving you feedback and setting future objectives. 

7.Only buy a theory book that contains the official questions and answers. 

8.Ensure that both you and your instructor agree that you are ready to take the practical test, this will increase you chance of passing. 

9.Get ready for your test by taking regular lessons with a qualified instructor ideally one or two sessions per week. 

10.Make sure your tuition car is available for both the practical test and an hour before, as you will be sitting your test in the instructors car.